Dragon Wisdom ~ Cyfolla – Via Sara Jane


Cyfolla ~ Chrysocolla
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Welcome Precious One
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Welcome to your Heart, to the Love that resides within you, that is you.
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We invite you to visit your Heart, to find a quiet room where you won’t be disturbed, to put on some gentle music, relax and close your eyes.

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Grace and the Choices We Make – by Sheri Sennhauser


Grace is not something you do, it is who you are. Living in Grace, for me, is similar to being a bride on her wedding day. She walks down the aisle with a veil over her face,  seeing but not clearly.  When the veil is lifted, her vision becomes clear and she is free to move to the next phase in life.

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Miss Louis – by April Bulmer


Some of my friends in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada where I live practice ancient crafts. One woman invited me to her small outdoor patio last summer where she sat spinning wool on an antique spinning wheel. A mutual friend joined us and worked on a tatting project. I sat with a journal and took notes for what would become the poem below.

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Invest in Your Now – by Annette Rochelle Aben


Invest in your now.  This statement is printed on a bookmark I have had for over twenty years. The bookmark is incased in plastic, so instead of using it for the intended purpose, I just keep it around to remind me of where to place my focus. Guess it IS helping me find my place, in a way.

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The Spirituality of An Elder Through Comedy – by Marie Pollnow


Spirituality comes through in many ways.  One of my clients Donna, found her spirituality through comedy.  Like me she was a relapsed Catholic and truly we were like sisters in some ways.  She was the only person I ever met that was just like me, that rarely happens.  She had stage four ovarian cancer.  Chemo really did a number on her, it was disconcerting.  She introduced me to “Paul” the movie and Eddie Izzard, the Comedian.  Paul was about an alien who escaped a military base and hopped onto an RV manned by two British Sci Fi nerds.  Throughout the movie Paul was partying with the two men.  It was quite funny, in my eyes.  Especially when Paul danced to Marvin Gaye’s, “Give It Up.”  I thought I would bust a gut.  Eddie Izzard has a foul mouth, like me and Donna, and I somewhat enjoyed his humor.  Donna’s Spirituality worked for me too.

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